Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – May 27, 2016
After my first 30 day evaluation, felt very micromanaged. Picky about "errors" that were not truly life threatening nor really about "good care". All paperwork/data entry related. Shift and schedule was horrible unless in supervisory position. After 89 days they terminated me..very cruel and insensitive manager. Would not recommend to seasoned workers!
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – April 26, 2016
I loved the company I worked for very organized learned a lot as a technician working in an office area. I feel that I have gained so much knowledge when I left that I cant take with me any where. The company was very helpful with showing and always training if we needed help with anything.
High paced workplace with no hope of advancement, uncaring boss
Filler (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – January 22, 2014
work flow everyday various from hectic to non-existed, good people to work with and a lot of areas you can transfer to, great place to start your career and learn almost all areas of being a pharmacy technician. No pay raise ever, expensive healthcare and dental, and supervisor is strict with inability to praise for good work, but will punish any step out of line
lot of chances to learn all areas of being a pharmacy technician
no chance of job advancement, no pay raise, very strict and unforgiving boss
pharmacy technician (Former Employee) – hayward ca – February 5, 2015
until they got money hungry and took on a record amount of new accounts without any regard for the technicians that had to slave to get the orders out... New management is tearing the family style apart and bringing on a more corporate style work place which sucked:(
decent start pay, good pto
no chance of advancment, no proper training, bad mgmt., employees are not treated well
Pharmacy Technician Externship (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – March 11, 2015
Every day in the beginning I would have tasks to finish. I would be either filling up the refill prescriptions, or I would be doing unit dose packaging and pre package the medical blister cards. There would be a time where work would be slow, but that doesn't mean we should do nothing. The next department would give us tasks to do in case they were falling behind. Which they would give us blister cards and hand fill them. I learned a lot on how to manage my time properly and to work fast and accurate if the refill orders they would be receiving would continue to pile up. The co-workers were really friendly and helpful during my time working there. It was hard at first because I was to learn how exactly they do things around there. It was enjoyable because we would have our own area to work in while refilling the medications.
Fast paced environment with lots to learn on a daily basis.
Customer Service Lead (Current Employee) – Hayward, CA – June 30, 2015
A typical day at work for me is doing a lot of multitasking. I am able to maintain the schedule I've set for myself while answering a 12 line phone system, replying to emails, training and supervising a team of nine to ten people per day.
A place to get your pharmacy tech skils in the begining
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Hayward, CA – November 16, 2014
A good place to earn your skills at as a pharmacy technician but not a good place to work for the rest of your life. People are always talking about other people, and the work place isnt really professional. The hardest part of the job is working with people that are really rude. The most enjoyable part is the pay and the nice people at the job who are friendly and easy to talk to.
Externship through School (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – December 22, 2014
A typical day consisted of cleaning your work area, filling prescriptions and working in the IV department. I learned how to read prescriptions, find the needed medications and filling the prescriptions. This was a very friendly place that helped to ensure your work was accurate.
the ability to ask anyone for help and they would help you.